Poetry by Jeff Green

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The band plays on

by cricketjeff on March 25, 2008.  © Jeff Green, All rights reserved

 
Crimson ride that’s sweetly fashioned
With euphoria impassioned 
Never need to ask her why
Just hang on and start to fly

While blood is pounding in our veins
Tendons stand in tortured strains
Every grunt or sigh that’s cried
Lifts her higher on the ride

In deep red light to trace the way
The fire escape seemed ripe for play
Emergency as heat must rise
Can’t see alarm within her eyes

Kneeling to salute my rise
Freeing me before her eyes
My legs enfolded by her arms
Flicking tongue upon my charms

Her neck adjusts to ease her play
Loves me in the deepest way
Erotic swap affected fast
She rides on the counterblast

No clothes are needed no-one there
Just we two with lust to spare
With final members safely  in
The closing numbers can begin

At climax for the band on stage
Two lovers make the sounds of rage
Perfect use of backstage pass
Sweet connections, hands on arse… 

 
 
 
 

Author notes

Contest entry to the picture prompt

pic – Bloody_sex
by PerfectIt…From site – Deviantart

Originally written as follows

Crimson ride to heated passion
Pleasure found in ancient fashion
Never need to ask her why
Just hang on and start to fly

While blood is pounding in our veins
Tendons stand in tortured strains
Every grunt or sigh that’s cried
Lifts her higher on the ride

In deep red light to mark the way
The fire escape seemed ripe for play
Emergency as heat must rise
Can’t see alarm within her eyes

No clothes are needed no-one there
Just we two with lust to spare
With final members safely in
The closing numbers can begin

At climax for the band on stage
Two lovers make the sounds of rage
Perfect use of backstage pass
Sweet connections, hands on arse…

But there was a word bank…

Include every one of the following words in your poem
( can be used in any context– desire to desired etc )

Impassioned
Trace
Flick
Kneel
Affecting
Freeing
Enfold
Neck
Euphoric
Sigh

I believe I now have all the words, although tenses etc changed, have slightly broken meter in one place to do so, multisyllable words with their own definite meter are bloody hard to fit into a well structured and flowed poem, bank setters please note!!!